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Old 04-16-2018, 08:49 AM
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Thanks Rye for the positive strokes. Yes we did use bridge pinheads to tie the bridge design together. We sawed off the tops of the pins and glued them first to the bridge, and then with the bridge to the top. So, currently a decent amount of surface area has adhesive on it. We thought about mechanically attaching them to make them absolutely secure. However, since our client lives 5 minutes from us, we figured we would cross that bridge when we come to it. But we donít think we will. One of the perks of custom building - always trying something new!
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